Air Masses
Which type of front am I?
Which system am I?
100

Which air mass for over land, the air is dry and loses moisture?

Continental Air Mass

100

I produce steady rain or snow. Which front am I?

Warm Front

100

air sinks down slowly in this system.

High Pressure

200

Air becomes moist and it forms over water. What kind of air mass is this?

Maritime Air mass

200

I produce brief, heavy story storms. Which front am I?

Cold Front

200

I bring clear skies and change slowly.

High Pressure System.

300

Which air mass forms over the equator, the air becomes warm and gains energy from warm land.

Tropical

300

I am a front that occurs when two air masses are pushing against each other. I usually create cloudy, rainy weather. What front am I?

Stationary Front


300

I move around and then inwards to the point that I rise to higher altitudes.

Low Pressure System

400

Which air mass forms far from the equator, it becomes colder and loses energy to cold land?

Polar Air Mass

400

I appear as blue triangles on the weather channel when they are showing a graphic. Which front am I?

Cold Front

400

I produce stormy weather.

Low pressure systems

500
What is Air mass?

 large volume of air in which temperature and humidity are the same in different locations and altitudes

500

I appear as red semi circles and blue triangles along a line on the weather channel when there is a graphic about weather. Who am I?

Stationary Fronts

500

I move counterclockwise. 

Low pressure systems

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